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USG shows slightly increased parenchymal echogenicity of both kidneys with ill defined cortico- medullary differentiation. Treatment?

my current problem is to show that usg report says that slightly increased parenchymal echogenicity of both kidneys with ill defined cortico - medullary differentiation. and B.p is 130/780mmofhg, urea is 21mg/dl, creatinine is 1.1mg/dl,urine protein is nil but 2-3/hpf rbc can be in this what should i do? is it complicated disease or not? I am very much worried. Please give me a right suggestion.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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It can be complicated disease too if u have any problem like malria,gastroentritis

But it can be also acute renal failure
U doesnt require any treatment if ur urine output is nomal,vitals are well maintained
Should be carefull with HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE,repeat renal function test once in a month,avoid nephrotxin drug mostly used NSAIDS(pain killer),ATT DRUGS
Get an nephrologist opinion
Answered: Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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